Hardly a year after the bloody unrest in De Doorns in which people had died and huge damage which had been caused, Marius Fransman is again busy inciting the flames of violence in the area and the ANC will have to take responsibility if it leads to violence, Dr. Corné Mulder, the FF Plus MP and provincial leader of the party in the Western Cape says.
Dr. Mulder says the ANC should now also decide from whom the land had actually been stolen from.
“President Jacob Zuma says it was stolen from black people. Fransman now says that it was stolen from the Khoi and San. The time has come for Fransman and the ANC to start counting their words and realise that it sows division and incite people to violence.
“It is also ironic that the ANC with its policy of affirmative action is at this present moment denying thousands of brown people in the Western Cape a job and is directly responsible for many people who would have had an income, now struggling.
“This is in addition to the millions in South Africa who, as a result of the ANC’s fraud, corruption, racially-based legislation and poor government, have no work or income.
“Fransman then rashly tells people who do have a job how the ANC will be improving their lives.
“The minorities in the Western Cape and in particular the brown community, saw with the correctional services case how little the ANC cares about them.
“The ANC and the DA which support affirmative action will find out in this election that the people of the Western Cape and throughout the whole of South Africa are starting to see right through this double-talk and that they will be punishing it at the ballot box by voting for the FF Plus who unwaveringly stand up for the rights of all minorities,” Dr. Mulder says.
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